Monday June 19, 2017
The following bus lines will have new schedules beginning June 25 and will have more frequent service with buses operating every 15 minutes during peak hours:
105 - West Hollywood-Vernon via La Cienega Blvd. - Vernon Ave.
110 - Playa Vista-Bell Gardens via Jefferson Blvd. - Gage Ave.
234 - Sylmar-Sherman Oaks-West Los Angeles via Sepulveda Blvd.
705 - West Hollywood-Vernon via La Cienega Blvd. - Vernon Ave.
710 - Wilshire Center-South Bay Galleria via Crenshaw Blvd.
750 - Warner Center-Universal Studios via Ventura Blvd.
The following bus lines will have route changes:
28 - Century City-Downtown-Eagle Rock via Olympic Blvd.-Colorado/York Blvd. - Due to the completion of a road construction project at the intersection of San Fernando Road and Figueroa Street, Metro is re-establishing service on San Fernando Road.
76 - El Monte-Downtown LA via Valley Blvd. - Reroute service from Alameda Street and Cesar Chavez Avenue to Vignes Street/Cesar Chavez to improve safety and reliability.
83 - Downtown Los Angeles-Eagle Rock via York Blvd. - Peak-hour service will return to Figueroa Street and La Loma Road.
910/950 - Downtown Los Angeles via San Pedro and El Monte - The Silver Line will follow a simpler route pattern. All Line 910 trips will terminate at Harbor Gateway Transit Center and all Line 950 trips will serve San Pedro. Both lines will now make all stops. Evening service will operate every 20 minutes until 12:30 a.m. Between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m., Line 950 service has added trips to reduce crowding. Service on weekends has been improved to every 15 minutes.
Late Night and Owl Modification
18 - Wilshire/Western Station-Montebello via 6th Steet - In downtown Los Angeles, the route will be via 5th Street, Hill Street and 6th Street.
51 - Wilshire Center-Martin Luther King Jr. Transit Center/Compton Station-Harbor Gateway Transit Center via Avalon Blvd. - New south terminal to be located at Avalon Boulevard and Florence Avenue. Service to operate regular route from downtown Los Angeles to Avalon Blvd. and Gage Avenue then via Gage, San Pedro Avenue, Florence Avenue and Avalon to the layover zone.
62 - Downtown Los Angeles-Hawaiian Gardens via Telegraph Road - In downtown Los Angeles, the new route will be via 5th Street, Hill Street and 6th Street.
83 - Downtown Los Angeles-Eagle Rock via York Blvd. - The route segment on Colorado Boulevard from Eagle Rock Boulevard to La Loma Road will be discontinued. Service on that segment will be provided by Line 180.
162/163 West Hills - North Hollywood Station, Sun Valley via Sherman Way, Lankershim Blvd. & Vineland Ave. - Evening service will now operate every 30 minutes instead of every 60. Alternating trips will serve North Hollywood Station.
Orange Line - North Hollywood Station to Reseda Station - Service will now operate 24 hours every day between North Hollywood Station and Reseda Station.
910 Downtown Los Angeles via San Pedro and El Monte - Service will now operate 24 hours every day between Harbor Gateway Transit Center and El Monte.
Rail Construction Route Modifications
Century City - Due to Purple Line Extension construction, buses will no longer operate on Avenue of the Stars. Lines 16/316, 28 and 728 will operate only on Century Park East and West, Santa Monica Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard. Stops have been added around Century City to accommodate the detour from Constellation Boulevard and Avenue of the Stars.
Downtown Los Angeles - Due to Regional Connector construction work, 6th Street will be closed between Flower Street and Hope Street for approximately five months. In the eastbound direction only, Lines 16/17/316, 18 and 720 will be routed to Wilshire Boulevard just west of the Harbor Freeway and continue via Wilshire, Hope Street, 6th Street and the existing route. In the northbound direction only, Lines 442, 460, 910 and 950 will operate via Figueroa Street, Olympic Boulevard, Hope Street, 6th Street and the existing route. A new stop will be established on northbound Hope Street at Wilshire.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is unique among the nation’s transportation agencies. Created in 1993, Metro is a multimodal transportation agency that transports about 1.3 million passengers daily on a fleet of 2,200 clean air buses and six rail lines. The agency also oversees bus, rail, highway and other mobility-related building projects and leads transportation planning and programming for Los Angeles County.
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